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in Jerusalem Delivered, Count of Vermandois, brother of Philippe I. of France, leader of the Franks. He died before Godfrey was appointed leader of the united armies (book i.), but his spirit was seen by Godfrey amongst the angels who came to aid in taking Jerusalem (book xviii.).

Hugo, natural son of Azo, Marquis of Estë, who fell in love with Parisiʹna, his father’s young wife. Azo discovered the intrigue, and condemned Hugo to be beheaded. (Byron: Parisina.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Hudson (Sir Jeffrey)
Hue and Cry
Hug the Shore (To)
Hug the Wind (To)
Hugger - mugger
Huggins and Muggins
Hugh Lloyd’s Pulpit (Merionethshire)
Hugh Perry
Hugh of Lincoln
Hugin and Munin [mind and memory]
Hugon (King)
Huguenot (U-gŭe-no)
Hulda [the Benignant]
Hull Cheese
Hulsean Lectures
Hum and Haw (To)